Data from: Do soil biota influence the outcome of novel interactions between plant competitors?

Aline Cardinaux, Simon Hart, Jake Alexander, Jake M. Alexander & Simon P. Hart
1. Species are shifting their ranges, for example to higher elevations, in response to climate change. Different plant species and soil microbiota will likely shift their ranges at different rates, giving rise to novel communities of plants and soil organisms. However, the ecological consequences of such novel plant-soil interactions are poorly understood. We experimentally simulated scenarios for novel interactions arising between high- and low elevation plants and soil biota following asynchronous climate change range shifts,...
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